how to install a privacy fence

First, check with your local building department to see if a permit is required for your fence. Most likely, it won't be, but the department will also provide you with important information like height specifications and set-back distance. In our project, home improvement expert Ed Del Grande is replacing an old, rusty chain-link 

The experts at DIY Network show you how to get the most out of your new fence by employing these installation tips. There are certain moistures and finishes that the manufacturer applies to the fence, and if you try to stain and preserve the wood ahead of time, the product you apply probably won't be absorbed by the 

Check out these helpful tips from Taylor Rental - Party Plus in Naples Florida before you start building you wood fence.

This video shows you how you can install wood fence posts like a pro. Typical applications are horse fence, field fence, garden fence, sheep and goat fence, deer fence - any fencing that needs strong wood posts. This video complements our "How to Build Strong Bracing for Fences", "How to Install Red 

Directions on how to install a wood privacy fence from the 2 by 4 runners to the completion of the 1 by 6 picket boards.

This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook works with a fencing contractor to install a vinyl privacy fence.

Installing a wood fence around your yard not only enhances the beauty of your landscape by the soft tone of wood, it can also enhance the property value as well. Installing a wood fence although labor intensive is a simple task by following some basic steps.

More tips and tricks learned while building a 6 foot wood privacy fence. This is Part 2. The fence is built following the slope of the land. Wooden posts are 4x4 with the corners being 6x6. The wood rails are 2x4, and the wood boards are 1x6 inches. All wood is pressure treated (wolmanized). I show you how 

In 1914, Robert Frost wrote, in his poem Mending Wall, "Good fences make good neighbors." You may choose to build a privacy fence on your property for any number of reasons: to increase safety, privacy or security; enclose pets or children; eliminate sight lines beyond your property; or simply to enhance 

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